Spring is a great time to be getting out and about more and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. That’s just what DRCET and Scottish Natural Heritage are hoping will happen with the launch of the new ‘Simple Pleasures Easily Found’ map for the west of Glasgow.
The map aims to help connect people with where they live, to where they want to go, to parks, the canal and places of interest. The map is based on a big circuit of roughly 16km/10 miles and shorter routes too, based on great local parks including Victoria Park, Knightswood Park and Whitecrook Park.
The partnership hopes to inspire people to find and explore new green and traffic free routes for local journeys, whether it’s for a walk in a lunch break, a journey to work or the shops or for just getting out and about.
If you would like hard copies of the map and some promotional postcards and posters please get in touch.